Political Study Club Collection, 1914-1968

Political Study Club Collection, 1914-1968

Finding Aid

Collection No. 95 (.25 Linear Feet)
D.C. Community Archives

Provenance

This collection was removed from the vertical files.

History

The Political Study Club of the District of Columbia was organized on Oct. 13, 1899 by Helen Rand Tindall. The club was originally an afternoon suffrage club, but after the adoption of the 19th Amendment, the objective became “the study of the United States government in its home and foreign relations (non-partisan).”

Scope and Content Note

This collection consists of yearbooks, annual breakfast programs and clippings.

Restrictions

There are no restrictions to this collection.

Box List

Box 1

FF1 Yearbooks
  1927-1928
  1935-1936
  1936-1937
  1939-1941
  1947-1948
  1949-1950
FF2 Annual Breakfast Programs
  1936
  1937
  1940
  1941
FF3 Clippings, 1914, 1931-1968
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Compiled by Rachel Telford, November 2006
 
DC Public Library, Special Collections
D.C. Community Archives
901 G St. NW, Room 307
Washington, D.C.  20001
202-727-1213

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